Cromer Carnival 2016
Cromer Carnival 2017
Carnival week is always held in August, in the week which includes the third Wednesday.
So in 2017 it will be held from Saturday 12th August to Friday 18th August, with Carnival Day being held on Wednesday 16th August.
Put a date in your diary NOW!!
Most, though not quite all, have been very understanding of the situation regarding the fieworks yesterday evening. It's important to remember that it is always a free event and the very difficult decision was based on the weather forecast - and in the event there was a blustery wind from the north-east that could have blown debris over the caravan site and watchers. Nnot to have made the decision would have involved a considerable expense with no corresponding income.
There'll be lots of thinking about next year andf given that no-one can remember there having to be a cancellation previously, I'm sure things can be put back on track. Very many thanks for the umpteen understanding comments that have come back on the FAcebook page.
Here's our video from Thursday's events and there's a full report jon Mustard TV this evening on Wednesday's hapenings. Very many thanks to the EDP/NNN for their excellent coverage.
Wedensday's video on Youtube has already had a remarkable 1,866 people watch it. If you haven't, here it is.
And here's Tuesday's Family Fun Day record.
From Monday we look back on the Game and Country Fair for the morning and in the afternoon it was down to the pier forecourt for the Waiters and Waitresses events.
By Sunday evening, we were able to look back on just a few of the day's happenings, from the crowning of Miss Cromer through to Classic Cars. Sorry there's not time to fit everyone in, but we cover what we can.
Carnival Saturday always gets the week off to a good start; here's a few scenes round and about the Carnival field.
The initial top-spots of the spring season are the various events at which the members of the Carnival royal family are chosen. Once again there was a wonderful turn-out and we're pleased to be able to present this year's pictures here. It's all very well being the subject of lot of photos through the summer months but they actually have a very hard working period before them - so we wish them well as they represent the town on a multitude of occasions.
Making up our own Royal Family this year we have Carnival Queen and Miss Cromer Joanna Annison with Senior Attendant Sammy Armstrong. Junior Attendants are Sian Clarke and Trinity Sayer-Folley, with our one male representative as Prince Ashley Beshir, together with Princess Ebony Barratt.
As ever you'll find the programme for the season being added to these pages. You can book up for stalls on the field, check on arrangements for taking part in the grand parade, look for timings and dates - will do our best to keep you informed as the information all comes together.
We look forward to welcoming you to Cromer at some time during the summer months!